NINE INNINGS AND THREE DAYS LATER, there’s revelry on the streets of Philadelphia:
All around the city and suburbs, fireworks exploded, horns honked and pots and pans banged as if it were New Year’s Eve. . . . In Northeast Philadelphia, thousands more gathered at the intersection of Frankford and Cottman Avenues, where city workers had greased the light poles to keep fans from dangerous, inebriated ascents.
There’s a city that really knows its fans.